Malaysia fans plan bus trips to Bangkok
The Harimau Malaya are set to take on Thailand in the AFF Suzuki Cup semi-finals second leg on 5 December and the Ultras Malaya have been organising multiple bus trips to Bangkok for the much anticipated encounter.
With flight tickets proving too costly for a large number of Malaysian supporters, the Ultras took it upon themselves to figure out a more feasible alternative.
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Fans from the Klang Valley have the option of taking a 24-hour bus ride from Shah Alam to Bangkok before making the trip back right after match at the cost of RM300 per person.
Whereas supporters travelling from Perlis have a cheaper option at RM120 per person due to the significantly shorter trip.
There are also two other trips being planned – one from Malacca and another from Terengganu.
Malaysia will face defending champions Thailand in the first leg this Saturday at the Bukit Jalil Stadium and as of yesterday, over 20,000 tickets have been sold with more expected in the coming days.
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